Hajj is a religious obligation annually practiced in Dhul-Hajj. This spiritual pilgrimage must be completed just once in a lifetime. Every Muslim desire to practice this holy pilgrimage. But this sacred trip demands a handsome amount. Muslims have to pay some charges to accomplish this holy journey. Undoubtedly, this holy pilgrimage becomes a little inexpensive for Saudi countrymen. While still, they pay some charges for this sacred act of worship. This spiritual journey is the best method to pr
Umrah is non-obligatory worship and journey for all Islamic followers, whether you are a man or a woman. According to Islam, both genders are equal in earning rewards for doing good deeds and they must keep in mind that they are also equal in committing any type of sin (greater or shorter- Kabirah or Sughirah).
No doubt Umrah is not equal the Hajj because of importance, but we shouldn’t leave Umrah on the base of Sunnah. Because everyone will get the reward on Judgment Day what he/she has done in
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Most people when laid off from their job, especially a high-powered dot-com career, don’t do what Tierza Eichner did. Instead of polishing her resume and job hunting, Eichner took off on an eight-month surfing vacation to Central America, Hawaii and Mexico.
At the time, in 2001, the northern California native had only been surfing about a year. She had tried surfing in her early 20s. It didn’t go well – pummeled by waves, bashed by the board, and leg muscles ripped. Then, in her early 30s, Eichne
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You know it’s summer and a slow news season when the web site, Insurance News, tells us that men get into more car accidents in the summer than in the winter.
They get into more car crashes generally, but much more so in the summer, says Sheila’s Wheels, a British-based insurance company for women.
Why? Because men are ogling women when they should be driving.
Summer brings out the short skirts, the low cut blouses and sexy bikini to
It’s pretty official.
A comprehensive White Paper produced by Cornell University School of Hotel Management, reported that “women have become the fastest growing segment of business travelers in the United States.”
In data from 2010, women accounted for nearly half of all business travelers in the United States, up a huge 43% from 2003.
But what they want from their travels, especially their hotel stays, is very different from what men want.
The holiday travel season is upon us. Between booking travel, buying gifts and organizing the family, who’s got time to even think about the latest airport security procedures? But if you’ve been hearing the word "pat-down" in the news -- yes, it means what you think it means.
Before you cancel your plane tickets and swear off flying forever, here’s the quick rundown on what to expect, your choices and ways to make the airport security process as stress-free as possible:
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